The Miami Dolphins rode quarterback Matt Moore to a 6-3 finish in 2011 and could be set at quarterback if the team chooses to draft a franchise quarterback in April.
The Dolphins lost again; the Panthers split their weekend; the Heat’s roster keeps improving and possibly could get big time help this evening; plus my thoughts on the Heisman, a few more NFL nuggets, and whatever else I may think of along the way.
It’s that time of year again in college football and five players are vying to take the top honor in the college ranks, the Heisman Memorial Trophy.
No player from a Florida school will win the Heisman Memorial Trophy, but a favorite has started to emerge in the last 24 hours.
It’s not often that a player from the Sun Belt Conference is mentioned in the same breath as the Heisman Trophy. Then again, it’s not often a Sun Belt Conference team has a player as special as FIU’s T.Y. Hilton.
Miami Dolphins fans craving to see a number one draft pick at the quarterback position will have their chance Friday night. The only problem is it will be the quarterback of the Carolina Panthers.
Florida has long been the destination for top high school football recruits. But a new trend is coming into focus this year that shows Alabama has become the top state for football players.